Eagle snaps selfie after flight through Australian landscape

There's nothing like an eagle selfie is there?

Park ranger Roneil Skeen set-up his camera on the banks of the Kimberley's Margaret river in Australia, in an attempt to catch photos of crocodiles in their natural habitat.

Days later, returning to the spot the where the camera was left, it was nowhere to be found. Little did he know that an eagle had snatched up the camera and taken it on a journey across the country's remote landscape, reports ABC Kimberley. Beautiful shots ensued.

It ended with the eagle posing for a brief selfie. Just like us humans, the eagle couldn't resist poking its face into the camera lens. Watch the video for the full effect. 

 
The camera was found 110 kilometres from where it was first left.


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